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24 by 7 edited by Dan Berry

Kristina Baczynski, Dan Berry, Joe Decie, Warwick Johnson-Cadwell, Sarah McIntyre, Fumio Obata, Jack Teagle

192 pages hardcover 24 x 17 cm | ISBN 9780993211201

’24 by 7’ anthology edited by Dan Berry

At 3pm on Thursday, 16th October 2014 in the small market town of Kendal on the edge of the Lake District National Park in England, 7 artists entered a room and started to draw. By 9pm the following day 7 comic books were being collected from the printer to form part of the Lakes International Comic Art Festival taking part in the town that weekend! The ‘inventor’ of the 24 hr comic marathon, Scott McCloud, was in attendance as was Festival patron Bryan Talbot and other show guests. The artists worked around the clock on coffee and smiles to produce “a spread of seven comics as diverse as they are witty as they are beautiful to behold”. From witches to scribbles, paperclips to salty tales, hand-me-downs to chance encounters and doomed love, all were created in 24 hours by quality artists (in order of appearance) Sarah McIntyre, Joe Decie, Kristyna Baczynski, Fumio Obata, Jack Teagle, Warwick Johnson-Cadwell and finally curator and editor Dan Berry. Scott said of the event ‘My favourite memory of the supremely memorable Lakes Festival was the intrepid band of 24-Hour comics heroes, toiling round the clock in the business centre of our hotel. Their fantastic work was the true heart of the festival for me.’ Fanfare has collected these 7 stories and presents them in this beautiful hardcover anthology complete with a 16 page photo gallery of the day.

192 pages hardcover 240 x 170mm (9 x 7 inches). ISBN 9780993211201

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SUMMIT 5

THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS Vol 5 by Jiro Taniguchi and Yumemakura Baku

Baku and Taniguchi

304 pages paperback with flaps 21 x 15 cm. | ISBN isbn 9788492444403

“ANOTHER SUMMIT”

The scene is finally set for Habu’s challenge of the South West face of Everest in winter, solo and without oxygen. Fukamachi has accompanied him so far but must now descend to base camp and leave the mountain to Habu. Will Habu make the summit? Will Fukamachi solve the riddle of Mallory’s camera? This action packed and nerve jangling culmination to this epic story will leave you just as breathless as if you had climbed Everest yourself!! Now over 90 years since Mallory and Irvine’s disappearance in 1924 and over 15 years since Mallory’s body was found on the mountain. Irvine is still missing! Taniguchi’s realistic art and Baku’s tireless script will take you to such heights that mountaineers only dream of – and may not bring you back.

  •  “…an example of manga literary adaptation at its very best…” ICV2
  • Eisner Award nominee for ‘Best US Edition of International Material – Asia” 2014
  • Ignatz Award nominee for ‘Outstanding Graphic Novel’ SPX, 2010
  • Winner of Best Art Award at the Angoulême Festival, France in 2005
  • Excellence Prize, Manga Division, Japan’s Ministry of Culture 2001 Media Arts Festival
  • Taniguchi is a multi-Eisner nominated artist, 2007 – 2014

Yumemakura Baku was born 1951 in Odawara, Japan. He studied Japanese Literature at Tokai University and started writing seriously in 1982. Best known for his series turned video game on Martial Arts, Garouden. Jiro Taniguchi was born in 1947 in Tottori, Japan. Since his debut in manga in 1970 he has produced an enormous body of work, much of it based in the ‘great outdoors’.

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SUMMIT 4

THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS Vol 4 by Jiro Taniguchi and Yumemakura Baku

Jiro Taniguchi

312 pages paperback with flaps 21 x 15 cm | ISBN isbn 9788492444632

“Climbing is all I have, I climb” Photographer Fukumachi is visiting Habu’s home when the felon Mohan turns up demanding the missing Kodak but is foiled when his earlier captor shoots and wounds him. Habu admits that he took the camera from Mallory’s body but that there was no film found. He releases the camera to Fukumachi’s charge on the understanding that he can only use it AFTER Habu complete’s his solo climb of Everest’s South West face. But Fukumachi is going with him! Taniguchi’s realistic art and Baku’s tireless script will take you to such heights that mountaineers only dream of….

George Mallory’s body was discovered on Everest’s North face minus his Kodak in 1999. Andrew Irvine’s body has never been found.
Winner Best Art Award at the Angouleme Festival France 2005.
Ignatz Award Nominee for ‘Outstanding Graphic Novel’ at SPX 2010
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A DISTANT NEIGHBOURHOOD 2

A DISTANT NEIGHBORHOOD Vol 2 by Jiro Taniguchi

Jiro Taniguchi

200 pages paperback 24 x 17cm | ISBN 9788492444298

You can go back again…But should You? Who hasn’t thought about reliving their past, correcting perceived mistakes or changing crucial decisions? Would this better your life or the lives of those closest to you? Or would your altered actions prove even more harmful? One man gets the chance to find out….. Middle-aged businessman Hiroshi Nakahara has been catapulted back into his life as a 14 year-old boy but with all his adult knowledge and memories intact. As he settles into his past in a way that only someone who has seen the future can, he experiences again the friendship, the exhilaration and the love of youth. But subtle changes occur in his history and, as the summer break reaches its conclusion, he starts to ask himself “What can I do to stop my father leaving?”

A Distant Neighborhood is a thoughtful, haunting tale from a master storyteller at the height of his game.

Winner Alph’Art for best scenario at Angoulême International Comics Festival. France, 2003.

Winner Excellence Prize, Manga Division, Japan Media Arts Festival, 1999.

Jiro Taniguchi has had three consecutive Eisner Award nominations in 207, 2008 and 2009

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A DISTANT NEIGHBOURHOOD 1

A DISTANT NEIGHBORHOOD Vol 1 by Jiro Taniguchi

Jiro Taniguchi

200 pages paperback 24 x 17cm | ISBN 9788492444281

You can go back again…But should You? Who hasn”t thought about reliving their past, correcting perceived mistakes or changing crucial decisions? Would this better your life or the lives of those closest to you? Or would your altered actions prove even more harmful? One man gets the chance to find out….. Middle-aged Hiroshi Nakahara is on his way home from a business trip when he finds himself on the wrong train heading for his childhood home town. His footsteps take him to his mother”s grave and it”s there that he is catapulted back into his life as an 8th grader – but with all his adult memories and knowledge intact. As he struggles to make sense of his predicament his adult memories of his childhood return but are somehow subtly changed. The questions start to form… would his father still disappear without explanation? Would he still marry his wife?

A Distant Neighborhood is a thoughtful, haunting tale from a master storyteller at the height of his game.

Winner Alph”Art for best scenario at Angoulême International Comics Festival. France, 2003.

Winner Excellence Prize, Manga Division, Japan Media Arts Festival, 1999.

Jiro Taniguchi has had three consecutive Eisner Award nominations in 207, 2008 and 2009

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SUMMIT 3

THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS Vol 3 by Jiro Taniguchi

328 pages paperback with flaps 210 x 150mm | ISBN 9788492444335

“Because It’s There” Words attributed to George Mallory ahead of his attempt to climb Mount Everest in 1924. An expedition from which he and his climbing partner, Andrew Irvine, never returned. Almost 70 years later in 1993, with Mallory’s body still undiscovered on the mountain, a Japanese expedition photographer stumbles across a 1920’s Kodak camera in a Kathmandu bazaar which sparks a whole series of questions with few answers. With what may be Mallory’s camera found and lost photographer Fukamachi delves deeper into the life of the mysterious character Bikha Sanp – the ‘Venomous Snake’ – convinced that he is, in reality, the legendary mountaineer Jouji Habu. Habu has disappeared in Nepal , as has the camera that may unlock Everest’s mystery. Fukumachi has to search anew for the man know as “Venomous Snake” and he draws on an unexpected source for help.

Winner Best Art Award at the Angouleme Festival France 2005.

Ignatz Award Nominee for ‘Outstanding Graphic Novel’ at SPX 2010

George Mallory’s body is discovered on Everest’s North Face minus his Kodak in 1999

328 pages paperback with flaps isbn 9788492444335. 210 x 150mm (8 1/4 x 6 inches)

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YUKIKO

YUKIKO’S SPINACH

Frederic Boilet

148 pages paperback with flaps 240 x 170mm | ISBN 9788493309343

The first English language edition of the book that started the Nouvelle Manga movement. Boilet’s carefully observed love story of an artist and model is done in a very original style and contains some explicit sex.

“Yukiko in the hands of Boilet is the most beautiful girl in the world, beautiful like Anna Karina through Godard’s eyes, beautiful like Maggie Cheung closely examined by Assayas.. Frederic Boilet is an intimist, drawing the tenderness, the emotional tie, the loving relationship with a subjective camera, the fleeting moment when one finally grasps it.” Liberation

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KINDERBOOK

KINDERBOOK by Kan Takahama

Kan Takahama

204 pages paperback with flaps 210 x 150mm | ISBN 9788493309398

Very clever, very subtle – even when her words are very direct, Kan Takahama tackles subjects as diverse as suicide pacts, mermaids, making a porno film and bar room chat with a robust yet delicate grace. Probably the most talented mangaka to have recently emerged from Japan, her art and storytelling will surprise when least expected.

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MARIKO PARADE

MARIKO PARADE by Boilet & Takahama

Frederic Boilet & Kan Takahama

196 pages paperback with flaps 240 x 170mm | ISBN 978849334091

A poignant often droll tale from two of the most exciting creators in the medium today, Frederic Boilet (Yukiko’s Spinach) and Kan Takahama (Kinderbook). A love story and a personal diary… It’s the rainy season and the hydrangeas are in full bloom. He knew she would leave soon…. Part colour part black and white with explicit sex scenes

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THE BUILDING OPPOSITE

THE BUILDING OPPOSITE by Vanyda

Vanyda

168 pages paperback 240 x 170mm | ISBN 9788493399283

Best Manga 2006 Publishers Weekly.  A pregnant single mother lives on the second floor of the Building Opposite. A middle-aged couple live on the third floor and on the fourth are two young lovers, Claire and Louis. A building like so many others, where people cross on the stairs, are good neighbours and each have their own little stories, romantic or painful.

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A PATCH OF DREAMS

A PATCH OF DREAMS by Hideji Oda

Hideji Oda

192 pages paperback 240 x 170mm | ISBN 9788496427235

Renei thinks she is going crazy. After many years she has begun to dream about “Ku’s World” all the time, a place beneath the shadow of Mount Babiranma which is inhabited by fantastic creatures – Nagizari, God, the little Rey and the lethal teppas. This is where her dead brother may be as well as her best friend ( who committed suicide some time ago). A wonderful fantasy book.

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TOKYO IS MY GARDEN

TOKYO IS MY GARDEN by Boilet & Peeters

Frederic Boilet & Benoit Peeters

152 pages paperback 240 x 170mm | ISBN 9788496427075

David Martin is sent to Japan as the sales representative for Herault Cognac of France. However, he spent the last few months discovering Japanese culture and the nightlife of Tokyo. Then his boss announces an imminent visit to check up on his progress. He must turn the situation around quickly or risk losing his job, his visa and the woman he loves.

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JAPAN

JAPAN AS VIEWED BY 17 CREATORS

Various

256 pages paperback 240 170mm | ISBN 9788496427167

A cultural exchange between France and Japan. A stay in Japan does not leave one indifferent.. nine stories from European authors result, in which all the exoticism of this elusive and mysterious country is depicted with imagination, humour and poetry. As if in response to these impressions of the artist-travellers, eight authors from the archipelago portray their Japan, the everyday one, that of modernity and that of legend. After reading this collection of anecdotes and tales woven together from such different views, one desires nothing more than to visit and see for oneself some bit of the Land of the Rising Sun. Creators include such stars of comics as Kan Takahama, Benôit Peeters, Jiro Taniguchi, Frederic Boilet, Aurelia Aurita and Nicolas de Crécy.

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THE ICE WANDERER

THE ICE WANDERER AND OTHER STORIES by Jiro Taniguchi

Jiro Taniguchi

248 pages paperback with flaps 210 x 150mm | ISBN 9788496427334

Lost in the Great North, two men are saved by the appearance of an old hunter who divulges a strange legend to them….Surrounded by wolves and fighting for their survival two explorers head for Alaska to bury their companion…. A marine biologist begins slots a quest to find the mythical graveyard of whales.

In total six shorts with as many stories of men confronted by savage nature which is sometimes cruel, sometimes forgiving but always vast thought tales filled with respect for animal life, this splendid collection which lies at the crossroads of poetry and adventure, shows master story-imager Taniguchi at his award-winning best.

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DISAPPEARANCE DIARY

DISAPPEARANCE DIARY by Hideo Azuma

Hideo Azuma

200 pages 210 x 150mm | ISBN 9788496427426

Throughout the 70’s and 80’s Hideo Azuma produced a large body of work in many genres including the comedies FUTARI TO GONIN and YAKEKUSO TENSHI and the award-winning FUJOURI NIKI. But the pressures of work told and, in 1989, he ran away from his responsibilities and went homeless. After this experience and his eventual return to normal life, he then repeated the cycle in 1992, this time becoming a gas pipe layer in another town. Later, in 1998, his alcoholism was so bad that he was forced into rehab. This book is his expression of those three periods of his life told, not in a deep or depressed way but, as befits his nature, in a buoyant and cheerful cartoon art style.

Disappearance Diary was awarded the Grand Prize from the 9th Japan Media Arts Festival Manga Division and the Excellence Prize at the 34th Japan Cartoonists Association Awards.

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MY MOMMY

MY MOMMY IS IN AMERICA by Jean Regnaud & Emile Bravo

Jean Regnaud & Emile Bravo

120 pages hardcover 250 x 175mm | ISBN 9788496427853

 

Jean is an adorable 5 year old boy who lives happily with his busy daddy, combatant younger brother and kind nanny. So why is there this pervasive emptiness inside? Then he begins to receive fanciful postcards from his absent mommy…With sensitivity and emotion, but never lapsing into melodrama, Regnaud and Bravo tell their story and remind us that children are not the only ones who would rather invent than deal with reality.

 

Essentials Award winner at the 35th Angouleme Festival, France, 2008.

 

Tam Tam Literary Award 2008 from Salon du Livres de la Presse Jeunesse.


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YEARS OF THE ELEPHANT

YEARS OF THE ELEPHANT by Willy Linthout

Willy Linthout

164 pages paperback with flaps 240 x 170mm | ISBN 9788492444304

Charles is a man in his late fifties, married to Simone, with a regular job and his only child, Jack, is the apple of his eye. Then one day the police come to the door with terrible news – Jack has killed himself by jumping off a roof. A surreal and touching graphic memoir about the emotional void and confusion created for a father when his son commits suicide. The story is autobiographical and the main character is in fact Linthout himself, who draws an almost tangible pain with his immediate, rudimentary art and strong script combined with personal experience.

 

Flemish Community Cultural Award 2008

 

Dutch Stripschapspenning Award for “Best Literary Graphic Novel” 2007


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KOREA

KOREA AS VIEWED BY 12 CREATORS

Various

224 pages paperback with flaps 240 x 170mm | ISBN 9788496427488

Twelve insightful short graphic stories into the “Hermit Kingdom”, six by European and kasino six by indigenous creators, including award-winning Park Heung-yong and “Best Manga 2006″ artist Vanyda.

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SUMMIT 2

THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS vol 2 by Jiro Taniguchi

336 pages paperback with flaps 210 x 150mm | ISBN 9788492444328

 

With what may be Mallory’s camera found and lost photographer Fukamachi delves deeper into the life of the mysterious character Bikha Sanp – the ‘Venomous Snake’ – convinced that he is, in reality, the legendary mountaineer Jouji Habu. The more he digs the more he reveals of the lives of both Habu and his constant nemesis Tsuneo Hase as they each struggle against their own limitations and the preceived achievements of the other. It is a tale of obsession to succeed, to be the first – always. But as he penetrates the darkness of these men’s psyches he finds himself being laid bare and bound to the mountain in this raw human drama.

 

Winner Best Art Award at the Angouleme Festival France 2005.

 

Ignatz Award Nominee for ‘Outstanding Graphic Novel’ at SPX 2010

 

George Mallory’s body is discovered on Everest’s North Face minus his Kodak in 1999


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SUMMIT OF THE GODS 1

THE SUMMIT OF THE GODS vol 1 by Jiro Taniguchi

336 pages paperback with flaps 210 x 150mm | ISBN 9788496427877

 

“Because It’s There” Words attributed to George Mallory ahead of his attempt to climb Mount Everest in 1924. An expedition from which he and his climbing partner, Andrew Irvine, never returned. Almost 70 years later in 1993, with Mallory’s body still undiscovered on the mountain, a Japanese expedition photographer stumbles across a 1920’s Kodak camera in a Kathmandu bazaar which sparks a whole series of questions with few answers. The Summit of the Gods is an epic story of man and his personal conquests against his own limitations. No mountain is too high, no peak too distant in his pursuit of this passion for achievement. But Taniguchi’s realistic art and Yumemakura Baku’s tireless script will take you to such heights that mountaineers only dream about.

 

Winner Best Art Award at the Angouleme Festival France 2005.

 

Ignatz Award Nominee for ‘Outstanding Graphic Novel’ at SPX 2010

 

George Mallory’s body is discovered on Everest’s North Face minus his Kodak in 1999


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FARM 54

FARM 54 by Galit & Gilad Seliktar

Galit & Gilad Seliktar

136 pages hardcover 260 x 190mm | ISBN 9781908007001

 

This unique graphic novel weaves together three semi-autobiographical stories from the childhood and puberty, as well as early adulthood and military service years of Noga, its female protagonist. The stories take place in Israel’s rural periphery in the 1970’s and 1980’s. They capture the disturbing underground dimensions of adolescence, and the dangers and traumas that subvert the superficial tranquillity of the countryside. While these Israeli childhood stories take place in the shadow of war and occupation, they also reveal universal feelings, passions and experiences. Great 2 colour art.

 

Farm 54 was created as a collaboration between poet Galit Seliktar and her brother, illustrator Gilad Seliktar. It was first published in France and was nominated for the Angouleme 2009 Book Award. Printed on beautiful cream wove paper.


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Doing time

DOING TIME by Kazuichi Hanawa

Kazuichi Hanawa

240 pages paperback with flaps 240 x 170mm | ISBN 0788493340902

For the first time ever! Take a look behind the scenes of a comic which shows what life in jail is really like. Up to now Kazuichi Hanawa expressed himself through works of fiction. The fantastic world of tales from the Middle Ages were his favourite setting. A twist of fate caused him to be locked away for three years in jail, which is a very real place. There too this genius conjured up descriptions of his amusement and loneliness through his works. And that is how this exceptional record of life in prison was achieved.

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